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CHICAGO, March 10, 2020 -- AltaThera Pharmaceuticals, LLC, a hospital specialty pharmaceutical company focused on commercializing innovative drugs aimed at improving outcomes and reducing hospital costs, announces that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved new indications for Sotalol IV in AFib patients. "The new indications for Sotalol IV represent a significant advance that decreases length of stay for new patients starting sotalol for AFib," said Jodi Devlin, AltaThera's CEO. "We are proud to continue our leadership in cardiac and critical care medicine as we work diligently to bring innovative therapies to patients in the United States. We are on target with our commercial launch preparations and expect to launch Sotalol IV's new indications in the second half of the year."



Chicago, IL – Dec. 24, 2019 – Today, AltaThera Pharmaceuticals, LLC, a hospital pharmaceutical company focused on commercializing acute-care hospital products, announced that the US Patent and Trademark Office has issued a  new patent covering methods of treatment for Sotalol IV. The patent is effective through August 2038.



 

CHICAGO, IL – August 12, 2019 -Gary Dickey has joined AltaThera Pharmaceuticals as Regional Sales Manager, East Region.

Gary joining the management team is an important step in AltaThera’s commercial efforts, as the company prepares to expand its field force to more effectively serve its hospital-based customers in cardiac electrophysiology.

Gary, who has more than 20 years of experience in both the medical device and specialty pharmaceutical industry, joins AltaThera after successful leadership roles at Medtronic, AstraZeneca and Covidien. He has extensive experience in the field of electrophysiology which aligns with the company’s vision for the growth of Sotalol IV for treating cardiac arrhythmias.

About AltaThera: AltaThera Pharmaceuticals is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on commercializing therapies for unmet medical needs of physicians, hospitals and their patients. AltaThera’s first commercial product is a critically valuable anti-arrhythmic in the hospital space.



Chicago, IL – January 2019 – AltaThera has donated vials of IV sotalol to the Veterinary Program at the University of Pennsylvania to better understand heart arrhythmias in dogs.

As stated by Professor Anna Gelzer, PhD, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, “Boxers are at an increased risk of arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC), an inherited disease of the heart muscle. We are interested to test [IV sotalol’s] ability to suppress arrhythmia inducibility during an electrophysiologic study.”

AltaThera remains committed to research in all areas of cardiac arrhythmia and is excited about Dr. Gelzer’s clinical program.”